A real vacation travelogue later gets entered into the 'Mondo Cane' clone sweepstakes.
Most of the scenes here pre-dated Mondo Magic for their grossness. I found a lot of this hard to watch. And remember, this was vintage early 50's.
The rites and rituals were actually real. But I wondered if the good dentist passed some loot around to give him a front row filming. It didn't seem too staged, but the camera work was a little TOO perfect.
One tends to find this one buried with the Faces Of Death and Mondo copies in a large video warehouse. It's worth a check, but don't pay too much.
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